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does anyone here use a hp b plus or a hpc plus? can tell me how they handle acrylic enamel or lacquer paints ??? and how would they compare with the badger velocity i have now .i have heard the iwatta a better brush because of easy cleaning and not clogging up as much as they can handle heavier paints but would like to hear from experienced uses of eaither THANKS
 

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Hi roadflea! I have used the HP- A, B and C for many years with great success. First, watch the needles, they are very long and bend very easily. I have sprayed water colors, gouache, acrylic and enamels and had no problems. Once finished, CLEAN very well and lastly coat the needle with vaseline before putting it back in the airbrush.

One of the great things these airbrushes do well is fine spattering for brick or stone details. Remove the front cap and toggle back and forth on the trigger with about 28 - 30 psi. Works great!

Hope this is helpful. - Denis
 

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I have an HP-B and an HP-B Plus which I use for testors acryl. It works LIKE A DREAM.

I thin lightly and use about 18psi.
 
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